Podcast Series


What if we would restore our complete trust in life? What if we would move away from a system of fear and control, and instead, surrender to each unique authentic path that life is offering? 


This way of thinking, being, living and working is what Fenja has been exploring for more than a decade now. Within the philosophy of Navigate on Trust this way of moving through life means moving in alignment with the greater whole, embracing and expanding into life. To her it seems as if trust is the fertile soil for this great unfolding—the great well spring of power that feeds love, evolution, authenticity, complexity, and innovation. And, not the least, propels an overall more meaningful, content, abundant, and happy life.

In this Live Podcast Series, Fenja explores how conscious leaders and leading creatives are applying the philosophy of trust to their lives, mind, work and business. How do they trust to commit to doing what they love while embracing the uncertain factors in life? How can problems serve as opportunities in the great journey of unfolding? And how to stay conscious and connected under the restraints and limitations of modern living?


Join Fenja in these heart-to-heart conversations with fellow navigators.

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01. Navigate on Trust with Mrs. Ciccoricco

Taking baby steps toward who you are meant to be

In this first episode, Fenja speaks with the Dutch California-based artist Natalie Ciccoricco. Natalie became a thriving artist—not by hard effort or—but simply by exploring what felt right, going for the heart-felt need to create, and by just showing up. She now weaves together new narratives on paper which she regards as her personal form of meditation. In this conversation, Nathalie and Fenja speak about how to take those practical steps towards doing what you love, doing what you are made for, including how to deal with setbacks, negative convictions, and meeting problems on the road.


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02. Navigate on Trust with Casper Stubbé

Getting guided by the wisdom of trees and the deep calling to do what is necessary

After writing his book “Walking in two worlds”, Casper Stubbé is on a journey of discovery to the oldest living trees and forests of the world. His purpose is to accelerate the transition to a new paradigm by using Ancient Ecology as his guide. In this conversation, Fenja and Casper speak about his book and his interrelated journey along the old forests and trees after having just arrived in Canada. He shares what guidance trees can give and how the movement from doing to being is, for him, the most important step to sustainability and a new way of living. Casper demonstrates the power of ceremony and together with Fenja they take a deep dive into the interrelated topics of trust, uncertainty, fear, and danger—themes that are so often very tangible during travel, or the life journey in general.


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03. Navigate on Trust with Leslie Ryann McKellar

Stepping into the wholeness of being and moving with light, life, and aliveness.

In this soulful conversation, Fenja and Leslie explore the embrace of the totality of being, how to come alive in each and every moment—no matter the circumstances of life—and the parallels that can be found between photography, and its interplay with light and life. Leslie Ryann McKellar has been a professional editorial photographer for more than 15 years which has taken her to countless corners of the world. Her photographs have been featured in places such as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, and Saveur. Her images have the ability to play the inner snares and touch the outer senses of any interested viewer. Next to her photography work, during the last years and due to different life circumstances, Leslie took an inner: through the depths of her mind, emotions, and being, including a deepening into trust together with Fenja. Now, at the end of that inner discovery, she has taken a sabbatical to apply all that she has experienced and learned in exploring the crooks and corners in and around Europe.


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